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Restrictive covenants: When do they go too far?

Restrictive covenants - including noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements - play an important role in protecting your business. They help you guard the competitive edge you have worked so hard to build. They shield your business from unscrupulous employees and vendors. And they prevent employees and partners from gutting your business when they leave.

The qualities and actions needed to be a successful entrepreneur

The road to success is never the same for any given company. When you start your own business, there will inevitably be questions and concerns that you need answered. That is why it is essential to have legal representation to guide your company to a prosperous and ultimately successful future.

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